Raleigh, the state capital, is centrally located and offers easy access to both the beautiful beaches and stunning mountain vistas on either end of the state. The city boasts a growing downtown excellent museums and cultural organizations, 4300 acres of parks, and is home to some of the state's top colleges and universities.
Raleigh has consistently topped the "Best Places" lists from publications ranging from Forbes and USA Today to Rolling Stone in both business and lifestyle categories. While known for being more of a tech hub. Raleigh is also a cultural center with an abundance of distinctive dining, arts and entertainment options. The North Carolina Opera, North Carolina Symphony and the Carolina Ballet are all based in Raleigh. Raleigh is also home to NHL Stanley Cup-winning team, the Carolina Hurricanes and men's pro soccer team, the Carolina RailHawks.
Each fall the State Fair comes to town, a nostalgic celebration of agriculture, food and family fun, at the NC State Fairgrounds. Raleigh is conveniently located to Research Triangle Park and RDU International Airport.
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